In this post we will investigate test driven development and how we can use it to improve our development process.
It is well known that RCP bundle is not the Maven's best friend. Peacemaker between them is Maven's plug-in Tycho.
More security woes for Ruby on Rails and a new core API server for Chef, made with Erlang. Plus Memcache on SSD and DNS art.
My computer blue screened the other day. So I got fairly paranoid. This is the second time in a month this has happened.
You might have seen my earlier post "A Review of Free Code Repositories". Well I forgot about hosting your own. Really handy for hobbyist development. I have one of those free developer servers from Amazon out there somewhere. I don't use it much except to demo the occasional site and so on.
At the ØREDEV conference in Sweden, Goranka Bjedov spoke about the future of testing and quality, drawing on her experience as a capacity planning engineer at Facebook.
At the ØREDEV conference in Sweden, Sam Newman spoke about continuous delivery, discussing how to implement it, what tools to use, and more.
This script will probably help you! If you need to run some "SUDO" commands from Jenkins...
Liferay CE is stable enterprise portal, as more companies start to adopt it, therefore security becomes a very important aspect of the deployment.
Vim is a terrific editor. The one thing that kills me, though, is “the cycle.”
The first entry in UrbanCode's uTalk video series explores the term "DevOps" itself.
Exciting times at Appsecute at the moment as the team begins to unveil its new vision for the company.
We're not using BDD on any projects yet -- what are you using?
As I’ve blogged about before, and mentioned again in my previous post, the great mathematician and physicist Henri Poincaré put in two hours of work in the morning and two in the evening.
It is clear that the annual bonus system doesn't work. A tremendous amount of research says that it demotivates people, destroys collaboration, and causes dysfunctional behavior among managers and employees.
In Network Analysis the identification of important nodes is a common task. We have various centrality measures that we can use and in this post we will focus on the Betweenness Centrality.
VirtualBox offers different networking modes. Sometimes it's a little bit confusing to understand what each mode is doing exactly and which mode you should choose.
For years I've been taught that breaking continuous integration build is something that should be avoided under all circumstances.
Poor Oddjob, I thought as I read Craig Flichel’s Feature Comparison of Java Job Schedulers featuring Obsidian, Quartz, Cron4j and Spring. Yet again it hasn’t made the grade, it’s been passed over for the scheduling team.
During my Puppetcamp Gent talk last week, I explained how to get alerts based on trends from graphite. A number of people asked me how to do that.
The Jenkins Artifactory plugin includes now environment variables interpolation during generic resolution (in addition to generic deployment interpolation), and some minor bug fixes.
The TFS Automation Platform is dead, long live the TfPlugable! It has been a long time since I have talked about the TFS Automation Platform that I had almost forgotten about it myself.
While general anesthesia is designed to make a surgery patient unconscious, we actually know very little about what consciousness actually is. One of the models of consciousness put forward by Giulio Tononi is that a conscious mind is an integrated mind.
In the rapid changing software world of today, companies and individuals have come up with many methods in order to minimize the time to market gap, i.e the time it takes for your idea to materialize in production.